When someone mentions class 4 rapids, you grab your Old Town Castine 135 2018 Kayak and head the other way. The smallest in Castine's new lineup of touring kayaks, the 135 features a shorter length for better control exploring the small lakes and rivers in your neck of the New England wilderness. The ACS2 seat keeps you comfy during a relaxing day spotting bald eagles and snapping turtles, while the generous bow and stern hatches hold plenty of space for a turkey sandwich, your favorite fleece, and a couple beers. A removable slide-track day storage lets you keep need-to-have items close at hand, and the phone cradle means means you can easily snap photos of the wildlife. Thigh and foot braces adjust accordingly, so you fit snug and keep good control over your craft if the wind picks up, and the hull comes rudder ready if you decide to purchase one for longer trips.
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